Yıl: 2024 Cilt: 44 Sayı: 2 Sayfa Aralığı: 53 - 59 Metin Dili: İngilizce DOI: 10.5336/medsci.2024-101536 İndeks Tarihi: 10-06-2024

Evaluation of Adherence to Walking Prescriptions of Women with Fibromyalgia and Factors Predicting Adherence to Walking Prescriptions: A Cross-Sectional Study

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Objective: There is limited data on compliance with un- supervised walking recommendations as physical exercise in patients with fibromyalgia (FM). The aims of this study were 1) to evaluate whether walking for exercise was recommended by their physiatrist in a sample of Turkish women with FM who received pharmacological treatment, 2) to determine the frequency of patients who walk for ex- ercise, 3) to clinically compare patients who walk for exercise and those who do not, and 4) to identify factors associated with adherence to walking prescriptions. Material and Methods: 100 female patients with FM were included in this cross-sectional study. Walking for ex- ercise was evaluated according to a specific criterion. The patients were categorized as “walking for exercise” and “not walking for exercise”. Outcome measures included Fibromyalgia Impact Questionnaire, vi- sual analogue scale (VAS), Tampa Kinesiophobia Scale (TKS) and the Pain Catastrophizing Scale (PCS). Results: Walking for exercise was recommended by their physiatrist to 77% of women with FM. 26% of the patients were determined as “walking for exercise”. The rate of ad- herence to walking prescriptions was 32.47%. VAS at movement (p=0.030), PCS (p=0.019) and TKS (p=0.012) scores were statistically significantly lower in the “walking for exercise” group than in the “not walking for exercise” group. Logistic regression analysis showed that the decrease in TKS score independently contributed to adherence to walking prescriptions. Conclusion: Our results suggest that clinical in- terventions aiming to reduce fear of movement would help increase ad- herence to walking prescriptions.
Anahtar Kelime: Exercise fibromyalgia walking

Fibromiyaljili Kadınların Yürüme Reçetelerine Uyumunun ve Yürüme Reçetelerine Uyumu Öngören Faktörlerin Değerlendirilmesi: Kesitsel Bir Çalışma

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Amaç: Fibromiyaljisi (FM) olan hastalarda denetimsiz yürüme önerilerine uyum konusunda sınırlı veri bulunmaktadır. Bu çalışmanın amacı: 1) farmakolojik tedavi alan FM’si olan Türk kadınlardan oluşan bir örneklemde fiziyatrist tarafından egzersiz amaçlı yürümenin bu has- talara önerilip önerilmedi ğini değerlendirmek, 2) egzersiz amaçl ı yü- rüyen hastalar ın yürüme s ıklığını belirlemek, 3) egzersiz amaçl ı yürüyen hastalarla yürümeyen hastaları klinik olarak karşılaştırmak ve 4) yürüme reçetelerine uyum ile ilişkili faktörleri belirlemektir. Gereç ve Yöntemler: Bu kesitsel çalışmaya 100 FM’si olan kadın hasta dâhil edildi. Egzersiz amaçlı yürüyüş belirli bir kritere göre değerlendirildi. Hastalar “egzersiz amaçl ı yürüyen” ve “egzersiz amaçl ı yürümeyen” olarak kategorize edildi. Sonuç ölçütleri arasında Fibromiyalji Etki An- keti, görsel analog skala [visual analogue scale (VAS)], Tampa Kinez- yofobi Skalası (TKS) ve Ağrı Felaketleştirme Ölçeği (AFÖ) yer ald ı. Bulgular: FM’si olan kadınların %77’sine fizyoterapistleri tarafından egzersiz amaçlı yürüme önerildi. Hastaların %26’sının “egzersiz amaçlı yürüyüş” yaptığı belirlendi. Yürüme reçetelerine uyum oran ı %32,47 idi. Hareket hâlindeki VAS (p=0,030), AFÖ (p=0,019) ve TKS (p=0,012) skorları “egzersiz amaçlı yürüyen” grupta “egzersiz amaçlı yürümeyen” gruba göre istatistiksel olarak anlamlı derecede düşük ola- rak saptandı. Lojistik regresyon analizi, TKS skorundaki azalmanın ba- ğımsız olarak yürüme reçetelerine uyuma katk ıda bulundu ğunu gösterdi. Sonuç: Sonuçlarımız, hareket korkusunu azaltmayı amaçlayan klinik müdahalelerin yürüme reçetelerine uyumu art ırmaya yardımcı olabileceğini göstermektedir.
Anahtar Kelime: Egzersiz fibromiyalji yürüme

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APA Örücü Atar M, Şimşek A, KILINÇ KAMACI G, özcan f, MAÇ Z, kesikburun s (2024). Evaluation of Adherence to Walking Prescriptions of Women with Fibromyalgia and Factors Predicting Adherence to Walking Prescriptions: A Cross-Sectional Study. , 53 - 59. 10.5336/medsci.2024-101536
Chicago Örücü Atar Merve,Şimşek Ayşenur,KILINÇ KAMACI Gizem,özcan fatma,MAÇ ZELİHA GİZEM,kesikburun serdar Evaluation of Adherence to Walking Prescriptions of Women with Fibromyalgia and Factors Predicting Adherence to Walking Prescriptions: A Cross-Sectional Study. (2024): 53 - 59. 10.5336/medsci.2024-101536
MLA Örücü Atar Merve,Şimşek Ayşenur,KILINÇ KAMACI Gizem,özcan fatma,MAÇ ZELİHA GİZEM,kesikburun serdar Evaluation of Adherence to Walking Prescriptions of Women with Fibromyalgia and Factors Predicting Adherence to Walking Prescriptions: A Cross-Sectional Study. , 2024, ss.53 - 59. 10.5336/medsci.2024-101536
AMA Örücü Atar M,Şimşek A,KILINÇ KAMACI G,özcan f,MAÇ Z,kesikburun s Evaluation of Adherence to Walking Prescriptions of Women with Fibromyalgia and Factors Predicting Adherence to Walking Prescriptions: A Cross-Sectional Study. . 2024; 53 - 59. 10.5336/medsci.2024-101536
Vancouver Örücü Atar M,Şimşek A,KILINÇ KAMACI G,özcan f,MAÇ Z,kesikburun s Evaluation of Adherence to Walking Prescriptions of Women with Fibromyalgia and Factors Predicting Adherence to Walking Prescriptions: A Cross-Sectional Study. . 2024; 53 - 59. 10.5336/medsci.2024-101536
IEEE Örücü Atar M,Şimşek A,KILINÇ KAMACI G,özcan f,MAÇ Z,kesikburun s "Evaluation of Adherence to Walking Prescriptions of Women with Fibromyalgia and Factors Predicting Adherence to Walking Prescriptions: A Cross-Sectional Study." , ss.53 - 59, 2024. 10.5336/medsci.2024-101536
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APA Örücü Atar M, Şimşek A, KILINÇ KAMACI G, özcan f, MAÇ Z, kesikburun s (2024). Evaluation of Adherence to Walking Prescriptions of Women with Fibromyalgia and Factors Predicting Adherence to Walking Prescriptions: A Cross-Sectional Study. Türkiye Klinikleri Tıp Bilimleri Dergisi, 44(2), 53 - 59. 10.5336/medsci.2024-101536
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AMA Örücü Atar M,Şimşek A,KILINÇ KAMACI G,özcan f,MAÇ Z,kesikburun s Evaluation of Adherence to Walking Prescriptions of Women with Fibromyalgia and Factors Predicting Adherence to Walking Prescriptions: A Cross-Sectional Study. Türkiye Klinikleri Tıp Bilimleri Dergisi. 2024; 44(2): 53 - 59. 10.5336/medsci.2024-101536
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IEEE Örücü Atar M,Şimşek A,KILINÇ KAMACI G,özcan f,MAÇ Z,kesikburun s "Evaluation of Adherence to Walking Prescriptions of Women with Fibromyalgia and Factors Predicting Adherence to Walking Prescriptions: A Cross-Sectional Study." Türkiye Klinikleri Tıp Bilimleri Dergisi, 44, ss.53 - 59, 2024. 10.5336/medsci.2024-101536
ISNAD Örücü Atar, Merve vd. "Evaluation of Adherence to Walking Prescriptions of Women with Fibromyalgia and Factors Predicting Adherence to Walking Prescriptions: A Cross-Sectional Study". Türkiye Klinikleri Tıp Bilimleri Dergisi 44/2 (2024), 53-59. https://doi.org/10.5336/medsci.2024-101536